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The Pepsi Coliseum is an Indianapolis landmark. Built is 1939, it has hosted countless historic sporting, political and musical events through the years. Currently, the Pepsi Coliseum is home to the Indiana Ice hockey team and is Indiana's largest and oldest continuing public ice skating rink. When from famplosion.com
The state fair each year is jam-packed with activities, food, and fun for you and your grandchildren. If your little ones are city slickers, the fair will open their eyes to all the agricultural wonders of the state, including farm-fresh foods and prize animal competitions. A big crowd favorite is from grandparents.com
As well as hosting the Indiana State Fair every summer, the fairgrounds host more than 300 other events each year (including the Indianapolis Boat, Sport & Travel Show, the Indiana Flower & Patio Show, the Christmas Gift & Hobby Show and the Indianapolis Home Show). Other weekend offerings througho from visitindy.com
The Indiana State Fair is held for 12 days each summer. Yet, it lives for generations in the memories of families who experience it together. Over 750,000 people visit the Indiana State Fair each year. The Fair opens at 6:00 a.m. and closes between midnight and 1 a.m. Year 2005 marks the 149th Annu from landbigfish.com
Site of Indiana State Fair and many other shows including antique, horse and art shows, concerts and ice skating. from in.gov